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Mapping The College Audition: An MTCA Podcast
Ep. 74 (CDD): Rebecca Overton from Molloy/CAP21 on Degrees of Musical Theater

Mapping The College Audition: An MTCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 94:21


In this Artist Exploration, Rebecca and Charlie discuss:  The history of CAP21 How the accreditations of degrees work  A typical schedule of a first year student Commuting between campuses Questions Molloy/CAP21 may ask in the audition room Parental emailing advice!  If you are interested in hearing more, learn more about Molloy/CAP21 at: Molloy/Cap21 Website  Email roverton@molloy.edu If you have any questions about the college audition process, feel free to reach out at mailbag@mappingthecollegeaudition.com. If you're interested in working with MTCA for help with your individualized preparation for your College Audition journey, please check us out at mtcollegeauditions.com, or on Instagram or Facebook.  Follow Us!  Instagram: @musicaltheatercollegeauditions YouTube: @MTCA (Musical Theater College Auditions)  TikTok: @mtcollegeauditions  Charlie Murphy:@charmur7  Meghan Cordier:@meghanmarie2014 About MTCA:  Musical Theater College Auditions (MTCA) is the leader in coaching acting and musical theater students through the college audition process and beyond with superlative results. MTCA has assembled a roster of expert artist-educators who can guide students artistically, organizationally, strategically, and psychologically through the competitive college audition process. MTCA provides the tools, resources, and expertise along with a vast and strong support system. They train the unique individual, empowering the artist to bring their true, authentic self to their work. MTCA believes that by helping students reveal their potential it allows each school to connect with those who are truly right for their programs, which in turn guides each student toward their best college fit.  About Charlie Murphy:  Charlie is a proud graduate of Carnegie Mellon University's BFA program. As an Actor he has performed with theaters such as: NY Public Theatre's “Shakespeare in the Park”, The Pearl Theatre Company, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Chautauqua Theatre Company, Kinetic Theatre Company, and the Shakespeare Theatre of DC. With MTCA [Musical Theater College Auditions -- mtca.nyc], he has been helping prospective theater students through the college process for over 15 years. As a Teacher and Director, he is able to do a few of his favorite things in life: help students to find their authentic selves as artists, and then help them find their best fit for their collegiate journey. Through this podcast, he hopes to continue that work as well as help demystify this intricate process. This episode was produced by Meghan Cordier and Charlie Murphy. Episode theme music is created by Will Reynolds.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Out d'Coup Podcast
Out d'Coup LIVE | Aly Shaw research analyst at LittleSis on Jeffrey Yass, the billionaire funding PA's right-wing machine

Out d'Coup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 47:30


On this week's show, I welcome Aly Shaw to the show. Aly is a Research  Analyst working on the state power mapping program at the grassroots watchdog group, LittleSis (you know, the opposite of Big Brother?). We'll be talking about her new report, "Jeffrey Yass: The Billionaire Behind Pennsylvania's Right-Wing Machine." Yes, we just keep digging around in the muck around here. No billionaire left unexposed.  Based in Pittsburgh, Aly has led campaigns to prevent the privatization of Pittsburgh's water system, to make drinking water safer and more affordable, and organized grocery store workers to win higher wages and safer working conditions during the COVID 19 pandemic. She received her BA in Political Science from the University of Pittsburgh and her Master's in Public Administration from Carnegie Mellon University. LINKS:  Aly Shaw, "Jeffrey Yass: The Billionaire Behind Pennsylvania's Right-Wing Machine," Eyes on the Ties, Little Sis https://bit.ly/3dTIqxN LittleSis: https://littlesis.org/ Aly Shaw on Twitter https://twitter.com/AlyMS77 LittleSis on Twitter: https://twitter.com/twittlesis  Get involved with LittleSis. Join here to get more info on webinars & trainings: https://littlesis.org/join You can support this show by becoming a patron for as little as $5/month at https://www.patreon.com/rcpress.  Don't Let Paul Martino & Friends Buy Our Schools and push extremist politics in our community. Raging Chicken has teamed up with LevelField to launch a truly community rooted PAC to invest in organizing, support local and state-wide progressive candidates, and unmask the toxic organizations injecting our communities with right-wing extremism. We're putting small-dollar donations to work to beat back the power of Big Money.  You can get more information and drop your donation at  https://ragingchicken.levelfield.net/. Join our Discord to continue the conversation all week long: https://discord.gg/BnjRNz3u  

Asking for Good: Fundraisers help you launch your Nonprofit Career

The grit and negotiating skills Jake Strang developed making his first fundraising ask in college as a paid student caller have stayed with him as he honed his craft throughout his professional career. A series of promotions and career moves have allowed Jake to grow as a professional fundraiser within annual giving, and he's thrilled to be part of the annual giving revolution that is underway where data and technology are making stronger human connections possible. The donor connections that stay with him are when he and his team create content that compels a donor to give today and direct their support to where the funds are most needed. He confidently shares that diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging are central to his work and is a priority echoed throughout the university. For those starting and managing their career, Jake reminds us that you must believe in what you're selling - the mission of the organization - and know that you cannot put a price on good leadership. Listen in to catch his must-read list and hear what he's looking for as a hiring manager. Show notes at www.askingforgood.com Jake has 15 years of experience in higher education development and is currently the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Alumni Annual Giving at the University of Pittsburgh. In this role, he leads a comprehensive annual giving program that engages alumni constituents and secures sustainable funds for Pitt's highest priorities. Jake is a resource and convener for the annual giving staff at Pitt's regional campuses and Pitt Athletics, and has primary responsibility for the operations and staff of Panthers Forward, a signature student debt relief initiative. Prior to Pitt, Jake held leadership roles at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, Columbia University in the City of New York, and the University of South Carolina with Ruffalo Noel Levitz. He has experience leading annual giving, direct marketing campaigns, reunions, volunteers, class gift campaigns, giving days, frontline fundraising, digital strategies, engagement centers, and leadership societies. In addition, he has also led alumni engagement efforts including newsletters, social media, events, webinars, and alumni magazines. Jake holds a bachelor's degree from the University of South Carolina in Marketing and Management and a master's degree from Columbia University in nonprofit management. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/askingforgood/support

Alum-Less
Episode 11 - Alumni board management with Teresa Trombetta

Alum-Less

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 57:18


In this edition of Alum-Less, Chris and Ryan explore strategies for working with alumni volunteers with Teresa Trombetta, Assistant Vice President for Alumni and Constituent Engagement at Carnegie Mellon University. Specifically, we discuss the challenges of working with alumni boards within an integrated advancement model.  On the show, we explore how CMU is thinking about building its regional network program post-COVID, and Teresa shares more about her focus on building a volunteer pipeline.  Thanks for listening to the Alum-Less podcast. Be sure to check out our live broadcast on LinkedIn every-other-Friday at 11:30 a.m. EDT. 

TECHnically Speaking
USITT22 Series with Dick Block

TECHnically Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 21:50


This podcast was recorded on the show floor of USITT22 at Studio USITT in partnership with AKG by Harman.On this week's episode we sat down with Distinguished Achievement Award for Education winner, Dick Block.Dick Block began his career as an educator over four decades ago after receiving his degree at Northwestern University and has been privileged to have had amazing students over the years. His association with USITT began in 1975 and he has been active in the Institute ever since. He has been a member or chair on numerous panels, was instrumental in developing the student portfolio reviews at the annual Conference, organized the Young Designers' Forum, as well as serving as a vice-Commissioner and then the Scene Design Co-Commissioner for 6 years. As an active member of KC/ACTF he was a Region II Design Chair and was the first National Design Chair. Dick is an Associate Head of the School of Drama at Carnegie Mellon University where he has been on the design faculty and is the author of Scene Design and Stage Lighting, now in its 10th edition. His design work has been seen professionally at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, The Human Race in Dayton, The Warehouse Theatre in Greenville, The Virginia Stage Company, The Pittsburgh Public Theatre as well as at James Madison University and University of South Carolina. He is also a longtime member of USAA.TECHnically Speaking is a public service of USITT, which seeks to have a broad conversation on topics of interest to its members, but it is neither a legal interpretation nor a statement of Institute policy. The views expressed on this podcast by guests are their own and their appearance herein does not imply an endorsement of them or of any entity they may represent. Reference to any specific product or idea does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation. Views, opinions, recommendations or use cases expressed on this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of USITT, its Board members or employees.

Amelia's Weekly Fish Fry
AI Everywhere (and for Everyone): Intel Builds A Bridge Between Data and Insight

Amelia's Weekly Fish Fry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 17:21


AI is the name of the game this week! My special guest is Wei Li, VP and GM, Artificial Intelligence and Analytics (AIA) at Intel. Wei and I dig into the details of Intel's new Open Source AI Reference Kits. We discuss the motivation to create these open source kits, why community involvement is crucial to Intel's AI Everywhere campaign, and how engineers of varying levels of expertise can take advantage of these new reference kits. Also this week, I investigate the first AI pilot developed by a team of researchers from the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. 

Sustain
Episode 140: Courtney Miller and Hongbo Fang on Toxicity and Information Flow in Open Source Communities

Sustain

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 45:55


Guest Courtney Miller | Hongbo Fang Panelists Richard Littauer | Eriol Fox Show Notes Hello and welcome to Sustain! The podcast where we talk about sustaining open source for the long haul. We are super excited to talk to our guests today on the topic of toxicity in open source. Today, we have joining us, Courtney Miller and Hungbo Fang, who are both PhD students at Carnegie Mellon University. We asked them to come on because we were curious about their work, and they came highly recommended by Bogdan Vasilescu. We'll hear more about Courtney's talk and her paper on her award-winning work exploring toxicity in open source communities, and we'll find out the work Hongbo has done focusing on information flow and where people talk about open source. Download this episode now to learn more! [00:02:49] Courtney tells us about the talk she gave at the Linux Open Source Summit on her work exploring toxicity in open source communities. [00:03:55] We find out if there was a data set that was used to find the information. [00:05:08] Hongbo focuses on information flow and where do people talk about open source, and he tells us what his involvement is with this work. [00:06:57] Courtney tells us what she saw within the hundred issues and how she broke them down and tagged them to get to the conclusions she had. [00:08:44] We hear how Courtney used the technical definition of toxicity introduced by Google's Perspective API tool to inform the decisions of what toxicity means. [00:12:01] Eriol wants to know whether Courtney's had thoughts or intentions of looking into the content moderation space to see if there's any similarities between what's happening there. [00:14:29] Richard wonders what we can do to improve the state of toxicity in open source and wonders if she has any future work that can make this better. [00:16:08] Hongbo shares his thoughts about the future and what we can do to solve this from a quantitative angle. [00:17:02] Based on Courtney's work, we find out if she thinks AI has improved, if she has hope, and Hongbo shares his thoughts as well. [00:19:20] Eriol wants to know how community members can help researchers by talking about things that are less referenced in the paper, and how Courtney thinks about tackling some of the harder to read parts of toxicity with new emerging spaces. [00:24:54] We find out if there's a place where open source could have a restorative justice around toxicity and what action is there for the open source community to move from talking about our experiences of toxicity to how we can heal. [00:27:40] Hongbo explains what his work is mainly focused on, how he's holding this space, and suggestions he has for the future on how we can improve information flow. [00:34:31] Richard talks about a paper called, The Tyranny of Structurelessness by Jo Freeman, and wonders if Hongbo has any suggestions for how to help open source projects with information gap issues. [00:39:33] Find out where you can follow Courtney, Hongbo, and their work online. Quotes [00:12:11] "Open source toxicity is not new, it's very old. The long-term effects of this toxicity, especially in open source, is why I was really moved to do this research.” [00:14:56] “If you can identify toxic comments, and deal with them, instead of making the maintainers spend the emotional labor every time dealing with this stuff – [that] can be very helpful.” [00:15:17] “Maintainers are often toxic in their own projects.” [00:15:40] “We have issue templates – what about issue response templates?” [00:25:47] “If a community has leadership that tolerates certain things, it's going to happen. If the community has leadership that does not tolerate certain things, it's not going to happen.” Spotlight [00:41:21] Eriol's spotlight is Digital Safety Snacks by Pen America. [00:41:58] Richard's spotlight is an article he read called, The Opposite of Rape Culture is Nurturance Culture by Nora Samaran. [00:42:40] Hongbo's spotlight is the book, Roads and Bridges: The Unseen Labor Behind Our Digital Infrastructure by Nadia Eghbal. [00:43:32] Courtney's spotlight is the book, Working in Public: The Making and Maintenance of Open Source Software by Nadia Eghbal, and the tool, Betty. Links SustainOSS (https://sustainoss.org/) SustainOSS Twitter (https://twitter.com/SustainOSS?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) SustainOSS Discourse (https://discourse.sustainoss.org/) podcast@sustainoss.org (mailto:podcast@sustainoss.org) Richard Littauer Twitter (https://twitter.com/richlitt?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) Eriol Fox Twitter (https://twitter.com/EriolDoesDesign) Courtney Miller Twitter (https://twitter.com/courtneyelta?lang=en) Courtney Miller-GitHub (https://courtney-e-miller.github.io/) Courtney Miller LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/authwall?trk=gf&trkInfo=AQGvhLpJ5bQFGAAAAYK81Q-A0uWlwtLgwE79a-9Evj7n8RNvlxcJ-ev6jmZWyxl-7O3juI8yF9SLUUwAQQ8Xs_d3Re5brEfG26DUUnt2ZH3YGYXmQGAaEhwNubkkw1Ilf5Ottjo=&original_referer=&sessionRedirect=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.linkedin.com%2Fin%2Fcourtney-e-miller%2F) Hongbo Fang Twitter (https://twitter.com/fang_hongbo?lang=en) Hongbo Fang LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/hongbo-fang-358ba615b) Sustain Podcast-Episode 40: How Open Source Maintainers Don't Get Rich with Bogdan Vasilescu (https://podcast.sustainoss.org/guests/bogdan-vasilescu) Perspective API (https://perspectiveapi.com/) Christian Kästner (https://www.cs.cmu.edu/~ckaestne/) Kat Lo Twitter (https://twitter.com/lolkat) Meedan Twitter (https://twitter.com/Meedan) Open Source Diversity (https://opensourcediversity.org/) The Tyranny of Structurelessness by Jo Freeman (https://www.jofreeman.com/joreen/tyranny.htm) “Did You Miss My Comment or What?” Understanding Toxicity in Open Source Discussions (paper) (https://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs.cmu.edu/Web/People/ckaestne/pdf/icse22_toxicity.pdf) Roads and Bridges (https://www.roadsbridges.com/) Sustain Podcast-Episode 51: Working in Public: Nadia Eghbal and her new book about Making and Sustaining Open Source Software (https://podcast.sustainoss.org/guests/nadia) Nadia Asparouhova (Eghbal) Website (https://nadia.xyz/) Digital Safety Snacks by Pen America (https://pen.org/event-series/digital-safety-snacks/) The Opposite of Rape Culture is Nurturance Culture by Nora Samaran (https://norasamaran.com/2016/02/11/the-opposite-of-rape-culture-is-nurturance-culture-2/) Roads and Bridges: The Unseen Labor Behind Our Digital Infrastructure by Nadia Eghbal (https://www.fordfoundation.org/work/learning/research-reports/roads-and-bridges-the-unseen-labor-behind-our-digital-infrastructure/) Working in Public: The Making and Maintenance of Open Source Software by Nadia Eghbal (https://press.stripe.com/working-in-public) Betty (https://github.com/leopard-ai/betty) Credits Produced by Richard Littauer (https://www.burntfen.com/) Edited by Paul M. Bahr at Peachtree Sound (https://www.peachtreesound.com/) Show notes by DeAnn Bahr Peachtree Sound (https://www.peachtreesound.com/) Special Guests: Courtney Miller and Hongbo Fang.

Principled
S8E4 | See something, say something: Bystander intervention training insights

Principled

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 18:44


What you'll learn in this podcast episode Most of us have heard the phrase, “If you see something, say something.” But what does that look like when someone witnesses bad behavior in the workplace? How can companies help their employees be active bystanders in the face of misconduct? In this episode, LRN colleagues Felicity Duncan, senior instructional designer, and Kristen Motzer, learning director, share their expertise on bystander intervention training and how organizations can effectively give employees the knowledge and skills they need to step in and help their coworkers. Listen in as the two share insights from their latest course development for the training library at LRN.   Principled Podcast Show Notes [1:22] - What does it mean to be a bystander, and why do organizations have bystander training? [3:05] - Unpacking the idea of a “Speak up culture”. [3:40] - Why don't people get involved when they see problems? [6:08] - How to train people to be active bystanders? [9:36] - Why are scenarios so important? [12:14] - How DEI relates to bystander intervention. [15:26] - How having a robust bystanding and speak up culture will benefit partners.   Featured guest: Kristen Motzer Kristen Motzer is an experienced leader in values-driven, empathetic behavior change. As Learning Director for the LRN Library she oversees course content development and online, blended, and facilitated learning experiences. She has expertise in human-centered learning design and has developed and managed education and learning programs at institutions such as NYU Langone Health, NeuroLeadership Insitute, Stanford University, Xavier University, and the Cleveland Clinic. Kristen holds a BA from Wright State University and an MA from Carnegie Mellon University and resides in Chicago.   Featured Host: Felicity Duncan Dr. Felicity Duncan believes that training and communication interventions have the power to transform behavior, including driving people toward more ethical treatment of those around them. Felicity graduated with a Ph.D. in Communication from the University of Pennsylvania. After teaching at the college level for several years, she transitioned to workplace education to have a bigger impact on working adults by providing them with the training they need to truly thrive in their roles. At LRN, she is focused on developing high-impact, behaviorally focused content for the LRN Library. Her most recent project saw her working with the Library team to create a powerful new DEI Program that includes not only LRN's world-class Inspire courses but also a set of microlearning assets designed to support, reinforce, and guide behavior change.   Principled Podcast Transcript Intro: Welcome to the Principled Podcast, brought to you by LRN. The Principled Podcast brings together the collective wisdom on ethics, business and compliance, transformative stories of leadership, and inspiring workplace culture. Listen in to discover valuable strategies from our community of business leaders and workplace change makers. Felicity Duncan: Most of us have heard the phrase, "If you see something, say something." But what does that actually look like when someone witnesses bad behavior in their workplace, like bullying or harassment? And how can companies help their employees be active bystanders in the face of misconduct? Hello, and welcome to another episode of LRN's Principled podcast. I'm your host, Felicity Duncan, Senior Instructional Designer here at LRN. And today, I'm joined by my colleague Kristen Motzer, the Learning Director of LRN's Library Course Content. Kristen has over 20 years of experience in technology supported learning and development, and I am a PhD with a decade of experience working in both academic and professional training environments. Kristen, thanks for joining me on today's Principled podcast. So, let's start with the basics. What does it mean to be a bystander and why do organizations have bystander training? Can you explain the sort of core idea here? Kristen Motzer: Sure. A bystander is someone who witnesses misconduct but isn't directly involved in the situation. So, they see something happening, but they're not actually a part of it. So, being an active bystander is about doing something as opposed to just standing by when you see someone being harassed or bullied or abused. And there's actually a lot of research showing that bystander intervention can have a major impact. When bystanders intervene in situations in the right way, they can stop abuse in its tracks, support victims, and really make perpetrators reevaluate their behavior. However, very often bystanders witness abuse and harassment and say nothing. That's why we need active bystander training that equips people with the tools they need to intervene successfully when they see something wrong. So, recently we've seen a lot of interest in bystander training from our partners, and Chicago now has an requirement for our long bystander of training for employees in Chicago. But really beyond that, there's a recognition that engaging your workforce to do something, to fight back, to say this is not behavior that we want to have in our workplace can be really powerful. And it's creating a speak up culture. Felicity Duncan: So, tell me a little bit more about this idea of the speak up culture. What do we mean by that? Kristen Motzer: So, it's creating an environment where people feel safe to be able to speak up. Of course, speaking up is a little bit scary. You don't know what's going to happen. There could be retaliation, things could change. The folks that usually eat lunch with might not want to eat lunch with you anymore. Things might change an environment that we spend a lot of time in at work. So, creating a safe space where there's an expectation that you see something that you don't want in your workplace culture, you're going to speak up and say something. Felicity Duncan: So, obviously acts of bystander intervention is really important. We really want this speak up culture that's going to help us build a better workplace environment. So, why don't people get involved when they see problems? Kristen Motzer: It's a great question, and it's really important to understand that it's not because people don't care. It's not that we're bad people at work or wherever we might be. It's that we're human. And intervening can be really difficult. Psychology has shown research from the 60s and onward that people have good intentions, and people tend to actually believe that if they saw something happening like harassment, discrimination, that they would get involved. But when it actually happens, that intention that they would get involved disappears and they just freeze up. And it's because of our fight, flight, freeze response kicking in. We're facing an unknown situation. We don't know how the people involved will react, and we're just scared of looking stupid, upsetting someone, getting into trouble, being embarrassed besides the possible outcomes like having some kind of retribution losing our job or our workplace friendships. So, from a biological and neuroscience perspective, our brains flood with stress hormones and react as though we're facing something like a bear, a really dangerous situation even though it's a social threat, not an actual bear, it can feel just as intense. So, when this happens, it's really hard for humans to overcome these instincts and get involved. So, we freeze. We try not to make eye contact, we put our heads down, try to hide, and if we're in a group, behavioral psychology research is found that it's even worse. So, when there's multiple people witnessing a situation, everyone's kind of expecting someone else is going to take action, and we sort of take the lead of kind of like group think. We take the lead from those around us, and if they're not doing anything, then we won't do anything. We have all these reasons why people don't intervene when they're bystanders. And Felicity, given these barriers, how do you train someone to be a bystander at work? I would love for you to take me through how you created the Inspire Active Bystander Training. Felicity Duncan: Well, luckily for us, the research that you mentioned earlier that talks about why bystanders don't intervene also gives us hope. It shows us how we can overcome those barriers to intervention. At what it really boils down to is being prepared, right? Being ready to get involved in these situations. But the truth is, it's a long road to get learners to that point. So, I'm going to walk you through what we did and why we think that works. So, we begin our training by acknowledging that this is hard. As you said, a lot of people assume that if they're in a bystander situation, that they're going to do the right thing, and then when it actually happens, they're unprepared for how scary it is, and for how strongly and viscerally they react to that fear, right? And so what we try to begin with is getting our learners to understand what to expect, right? We're really frank about the fact that it's going to be scary. Your palms are going to be sweaty, your heart is going to be pounding. You're going to be really afraid, all right? And telling them that feel the fear, but overcome it because that is not a reason not to intervene. It's just part of the experience. And so, in that way, we try to help prepare them for how it's actually going to be. What they're actually going to feel when a situation arises where they need to make some kind of intervention. Then what we do is we give learners some very practical strategies for how to intervene. And again, we're preparing them, right? We give them a literal list of step one, step two, step three, Here are four possible approaches to intervention. Here's how you would implement those approaches to intervention. So, it gets incredibly practical so that when learners are faced with these situations in the real world, they don't have to think like, "Oh, what am I going to do?" They have a set of actual steps that they can take. And then finally, we let them essentially practice using literally dozens of real world scenarios. And there's an important point here that I want to make about our training is that it's really focused on the workplace. Now, a lot of the research that you mentioned earlier, and a lot of general bystander research comes from non-workplace environments. So, a lot of it comes from campus sexual assault prevention and also from street harassment. So, we're getting involved in preventing street harassment more recently. And those are really different situations to what you'd face in the workplace, right?. In a street harassment, there's a real threat of violence, its strangers. What's at stake is perhaps your physical safety. And of course in sexual assault, if we're talking particularly, a lot of this work is done on college campuses, there's a lot more social pressure. People are really afraid of offending their friends. And that's really different to what's at stake in the workplace. You mentioned earlier the issue of retribution and retaliation. So, if I get involved, is that going to undermine my promotion? If I say something, am I going to start getting put onto bad projects? So, we really try to dig into the fears and issues that arise in a workplace context and our scenarios are really focused on that. Kristen Motzer: So, let's talk about this a little bit more. You mentioned scenarios multiple times, and I know this learning experience that we've created includes dozens of scenarios. So, why are these so important? Felicity Duncan: It really comes down to that question that you asked originally. What can we do to help learners overcome their biological resistance to saying something and get them to actually take action when they're witnessing misconduct? And as we said, the key is preparation. And we know the best way to prepare for a situation is to really think in very concrete terms about what you would do in that situation. In all kinds of training scenarios, we really focused on planning and preparation to help you deal with the situation that might be emotionally difficult. And so, our scenarios illustrate dozens of real world scenarios that our learners or people encounter every day. So, a coworker telling a sexist joke maybe, and abusive customer using racist language. And then we look at like, "How do you handle those situations as a bystander who is witnessing misconduct?" So, in other words, we ask people, "What would you do in this situation? What's the right thing to do? What are the possible consequences of doing that?" And that gives us an opportunity to talk about retaliation and sort of the protections that exist in workplaces to keep people safe from retaliation. So, the idea is to really help learners engage with the practical steps that they should take when they're bystanders. Because the more someone plans their responses to different situations, the more likely that person is to actually take action when they're faced with those situations. And what we want to do by giving all these scenarios, by giving these practical strategies and steps that we're providing in our training, is equip learners with a practical toolkit of responses. So, when they're in that bad situation and their heart is pounding and their palms are sweating, and they're feeling anxious and they're scared, they don't have to think, "What should I do?" They know what to do and they're ready to do it. And that's really the only way to help people overcome these natural biological barriers to intervening in bad situations. But Kristen, I want to ask you, in our library, we've put bystander training in our diversity, equity, and inclusion suite of content. So, why have we conceptualized bystander training as part of DEI? Kristen Motzer: That's a really great question and an important one. So, if we think about our philosophy at LRN, and within our inspire content with the library, we think about DEI as the antidote to harassment and discrimination. So, diversity, equity and inclusion content around respect, allyship, these are the kinds of things that the mindset and the skills we build that will prevent harassment and discrimination. So, if we think about bystander and being able to put that respect and allyship to work, when you see something that needs to be dealt with, that should be reported, bystander intervention isn't just about harassment and discrimination and these kinds of scenarios. It's about as much that helps our HD programs. It's about a kind of culture that you want to build. It's not just about preventing the worst kinds of sexual harassment and discrimination. It's about actively speaking up and knowing that when people see microaggressions, when they see subtle behavior that excludes people, that hurts victims. But it's not illegal. It's not quite at that level of being something illegal, but it's saying, this is not something that we want to see in our culture and our culture, we treat people with respect no matter who they are. And DEI is about building a culture that gives everyone the freedom to be themselves and the tools they need so they can thrive and make their best contribution and be these ethical employees in this ethical culture that we want to have. And we have to decide that's what we want to create, and that's what we want to protect. So, it's more than just preventing the worst kinds of bad behavior. It's about being intentional in saying instead of just thinking prevention, we're going to build. We're positively choosing these behaviors that create an equitable and inclusive culture for everyone. So, we see bystander training as a critical part of this broader DEI program, and it's really seeing it as a tool that can enable our partners and employees to create and maintain the kind of culture that they want to have at work. Felicity Duncan: I think that's a really important point, and it's essentially the difference between doing the baseline of compliance and moving further beyond that to actively create good. At LRN, we argue that by doing that, by going beyond, we obey the basic rules to we actively try to make a great environment, that is a real business advantage for organizations that that taking those extra steps is not only the right thing to do, but it's also the smart thing to do. So, can you talk a bit about how you would see having a robust bystander training program and having a speak up culture is actually going to benefit partners beyond the sort of avoiding the fines and problems that come with harassment? Kristen Motzer: Absolutely. That's a great question. So, if we think about this kind of culture where employees speak up, it's a culture where employees feel trust. And we know that employees feel that trust, not only will they speak up, but they will behave more ethically. In general, they will feel, this is the environment we're in, this is what the culture expects from me. This is what the highest levels of leadership expect from employees and from our culture. This is what we do here. So, if you think about that trust and that psychological safety of being able to be who I am and know that I can speak up, if I see behavior that I don't want in the workplace, I go to work to do a good job, to do something that I'm passionate about doing, and I shouldn't have to worry about am I going to get harassed today or discriminated against. So, it's really in everyone's best interest to create this culture, because also the trust, it increases engagement. So, every organization wants engaged employees. It's good for business. So, if we think about this kind of culture that encourages people to be themselves and to stand up for others, then you've got employees who are engaged with the organization, with its values and the mission that it's trying to achieve, and that's good for everyone. Felicity Duncan: See, and I think it's really important to draw these connections because you can think about bystander training as being, well, there's this new Chicago requirement and we're going to have to give people an hour of bystander training and get that compliance box ticks. But I think it's really important for companies to think about this more broadly. About culture, about engagement, about having happy people in your office who are there for more productive, right? None of this is happening in isolation as a box ticking exercise. It's really all about building the kind of workplaces where people want to be. Kristen Motzer: Absolutely. Felicity Duncan: But clearly this is a conversation we could be having all day, but we are out of time for today. Kristen, thank you so much for joining me on this episode. My name is Felicity Duncan, and I want to thank you all for listening to the Principled Podcast by LRN. Outro: We hope you enjoyed this episode. The Principled Podcast is brought to you by LRN. At LRN, our mission is to inspire principled performance in global organizations by helping them foster winning ethical cultures rooted in sustainable values. Please visit us at lrn.com to learn more. And if you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to our podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or wherever you listen. And don't forget to leave us a review.  

Passion Struck with John R. Miles
Jessie Wisdom on How to Make Every Manager a Great Leader EP 195

Passion Struck with John R. Miles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 57:28 Transcription Available


Jessie Wisdom joins me on Passion Struck with John R. Miles to discuss her work at Humu to help nudge every manager into becoming a great leader. Based on Jessie's research, she has found the difference between an engaged employee and one ready to walk out the door is their manager. Jessie Wisdom, Ph.D., is co-founder and head of People Science at Humu, a behavioral change platform that nudges people towards better working methods. Before building Humu, Jessie led projects for Google's People Innovation Lab (the research arm of Google's People Analytics team), focusing on improving organizational decision-making and driving behavioral change. Jessie received her Ph.D. in Behavioral Decision Research from Carnegie Mellon University. -► Get the full show notes for all resources from today's episode: --► Prefer to watch this interview: --► Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnRMiles --► Subscribe to the Passion Struck Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/passion-struck-with-john-r-miles/id1553279283 Thank you, Dry Farm Wines, For Your Support Dry Farm Wines have No Chemical Additives for Aroma, Color, Flavor, or Texture Enhancement. Dry Farm Wines - The Only Natural Wine Club That Goes Above and Beyond Industry Standards. For Passion Struck listeners: Dry Farm Wines offers an extra bottle in your first box for a penny (because it's alcohol, it can't be free). See all the details and collect your wine at https://www.dryfarmwines.com/passionstruck/. In this episode, Jessie Wisdom Discusses How to Make Every Leader a Great Leader. We discuss how behavior science can be applied to understanding employee engagement and why great managers make the difference between organizations that fail and those that succeed. Those managers who are effective are 2.2x more likely to retain top talent. In today's episode, Jessie explains why effective managers have a 22% higher employee engagement. We explore how to create a workplace where every manager is great and how to increase their effectiveness using nudges delivered in the workflow. Where to Find Jessie Wisdom Website: Our Team: Jessie Wisdom, PhD (Co-Founder & People Science) | Humu Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jrwisdom/  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wisdomj/    -- John R. Miles is the CEO, and Founder of PASSION STRUCK®, the first of its kind company, focused on impacting real change by teaching people how to live Intentionally. He is on a mission to help people live a no-regrets life that exalts their victories and lets them know they matter in the world. For over two decades, he built his own career applying his research of passion-struck leadership, first becoming a Fortune 50 CIO and then a multi-industry CEO. He is the executive producer and host of the top-ranked Passion Struck Podcast, selected as one of the Top 50 most inspirational podcasts in 2022. Learn more about John: https://johnrmiles.com/   ===== FOLLOW JOHN ON THE SOCIALS ===== * Twitter: https://twitter.com/john_rmiles * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnrmiles.c0m * Medium: https://medium.com/@JohnRMiles​ * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/john_r_miles * LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/milesjohn/ * Blog: https://johnrmiles.com/blog/ * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passion_struck_podcast * Gear: https://www.zazzle.com/store/passion_sruck_podcast

Mapping The College Audition: An MTCA Podcast
Ep. 73 (AE): Will Reynolds (Off Broadway's Daddy Long Legs) & Hannah Corneau (Broadway's Wicked) on Creative Collaboration

Mapping The College Audition: An MTCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 87:37


In this Artist Exploration, Will, Hannah and Charlie discuss:  Breaking out of a fixed mindset about programs and career Will's songwriting process in blending his performing and songwriting skills Best practices with Collaboration and Feedback between Composer and Singer Finding openness in the Rehearsal process and working with scene partners If you have any questions about the college audition process, feel free to reach out at mailbag@mappingthecollegeaudition.com. If you're interested in working with MTCA for help with your individualized preparation for your College Audition journey, please check us out at mtcollegeauditions.com, or on Instagram or Facebook.  Follow Us!  Instagram: @musicaltheatercollegeauditions YouTube: @MTCA (Musical Theater College Auditions)  TikTok: @mtcollegeauditions  Charlie Murphy:@charmur7  Meghan Cordier:@meghanmarie2014 About MTCA:  Musical Theater College Auditions (MTCA) is the leader in coaching acting and musical theater students through the college audition process and beyond with superlative results. MTCA has assembled a roster of expert artist-educators who can guide students artistically, organizationally, strategically, and psychologically through the competitive college audition process. MTCA provides the tools, resources, and expertise along with a vast and strong support system. They train the unique individual, empowering the artist to bring their true, authentic self to their work. MTCA believes that by helping students reveal their potential it allows each school to connect with those who are truly right for their programs, which in turn guides each student toward their best college fit.  About Charlie Murphy:  Charlie is a proud graduate of Carnegie Mellon University's BFA program. As an Actor he has performed with theaters such as: NY Public Theatre's “Shakespeare in the Park”, The Pearl Theatre Company, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Chautauqua Theatre Company, Kinetic Theatre Company, and the Shakespeare Theatre of DC. With MTCA [Musical Theater College Auditions -- mtca.nyc], he has been helping prospective theatre students through the college process for over 15 years. As a Teacher and Director, he is able to do a few of his favorite things in life: help students to find their authentic selves as artists, and then help them find their best fit for their collegiate journey. Through this podcast, he hopes to continue that work as well as help demystify this intricate process. This episode was produced by Meghan Cordier and Charlie Murphy. Episode theme music is created by Will Reynolds.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Partially Redacted: Data Privacy, Security & Compliance
Privacy Engineering at CMU and Privacy Decision Making with Dr. Lorrie Cranor

Partially Redacted: Data Privacy, Security & Compliance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 44:30


Dr. Lorrie Cranor began her career in privacy 25 years ago and has been a professor at Carnegie Mellon University in the School of Computer Science for 19 years. Today, she serves as director and professor for the CMU privacy engineering program. In this episode, Dr. Cranor discusses how she started her career in privacy and then eventually moved into academics. She talks about the history of the CMU privacy engineering program, what the program entails as a student, and the career opportunities available to graduates. Dr. Cranor's area of research focuses on the usability of privacy and privacy decision making. She discusses several recent studies looking at how real world users understand and navigate cookie consent popups and design best practices for companies. She also explains privacy labels and how developers building applications on iOS and Android can do a better job creating these labels. We also discuss the future of privacy education and technologies, touching on the responsibilities of companies and privacy-enhancing technologies like differential privacy. Topics: How did you get interested in security and privacy and start working in this field? What's the history of CMU's Privacy Engineering Program? How did it start? Which department is the program part of? If I'm taking the Master's degree program, what does that consist of? What's the typical undergraduate background of someone taking the Master's degree program? Do graduates typically end up working as privacy engineers and what sort of companies do they end up at? What's the difference between the Master's program and the certificate program? How has engagement with the privacy program changed over the past decade? Should privacy education be part of a standard software engineering undergraduate program? How would you describe your areas of privacy research and the types of problems you're interested in studying? What have you discovered about how individuals make privacy-related decisions? How can companies go beyond the bare minimum in terms of communicating privacy choices to their users? Privacy choices are notoriously difficult to navigate and understand, what does your research help teach us about improving the usability of UX for privacy controls? How can you test privacy choice? Does the collection of test data potentially violate someone's privacy? What is a privacy nutrition label and what problems is it meant to address? Starting in 2020, Apple started using this concept by requiring that all apps in the Apple app store include a privacy label. Labels are self-generated by the app developer. How good is the resulting privacy label if the developer lacks privacy training and education? What are the common mistakes developers are making with creating these privacy labels? What advice do you have for developers so that they can create an accurate privacy label? Cookie consent overlays and popups are now very common. What event led to the introduction of these consent dialogs for consumers? What problems have you discovered with the usability of cookie consent screens? Do we need privacy regulations like GDPR to be more prescriptive in terms of how you meet their requirements, which could include usability guidelines for something like cookie consent? Thoughts on the future of privacy engineering? What are your predictions about privacy education and awareness over the next 5-10 years? Resources: CMU's Privacy Program Dr. Cranor's Research Related episode: Data Protocol's Privacy Engineering Certificate Course with Jake Ward

Therapy Talks
How To Break Free From Trauma: 5 Ways Therapists Use EMDR To Heal Trapped Stressors

Therapy Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 58:20 Transcription Available


Watch Along On YouTubeIf you've ever been affected by a traumatic event, you know how confusing and difficult it can be to try and understand what happened. The brain is a complex organ that we still have much to learn about. Many of us carry the effects of trauma long after the event has passed.Join us on Therapy Talks as we discuss Trauma and how therapists can help. Trauma is more than just a stressor, it's how that stressor is held in the body. This week, Coral Compagnoni joins Hailey Kanigan to discuss different types of trauma and how we can differentiate its causes and the ways trauma affects us.In This Episode:What is trauma?The difference between single incident trauma and complex trauma & how they affect us differentlyCoral and Hailey explain how they use EMDR to treat trauma (and why it's so effective)How trauma can build in the body through abusive experiences, insecure attachment, and dissociation. How trauma affects children and its long term effectsCoral Compagnoni is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist practicing in the Silicon Valley in California. She is a clinician and educator specializing in complex trauma and dissociation. Coral received her MA in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University and her bachelor's degree at Carnegie Mellon University. Coral holds an ISSTD Advanced Certificate in Complex Trauma and Dissociation, she is a certified EMDR Therapist, and is a Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) clinician.Find Out More About Coral:Website: https://www.therapywithcoral.com/Learn More About Switch Research:Website: https://switchresearch.org/Instagram: @switchresearchDisclaimer: Therapy Talks does NOT provide medical services or professional counseling, and it is NOT a substitute for professional medical care.

Critical Distance Confab
Keywords in Play Ep. 23: Everest Pipkin

Critical Distance Confab

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 42:38


Everest Pipkin is a writer, game developer and software artist from Central Texas whose work follows themes of ecology, information theory, and system collapse. As an artist and as a theorist, they fundamentally believe in the liberatory capacity of care; care not as an abstract emotion but rather as a powerful force that motivates collective work towards a better world. They hold a BFA from University of Texas at Austin, an MFA from Carnegie Mellon University, and live and work in southern New Mexico. They have shown and spoken at The Design Museum of London, The Texas Biennial, The XXI Triennale of Milan, The Photographers Gallery of London, Center for Land Use Interpretation, and other spaces. When not at the computer in the heat of the day, you can find them in the hills spending time with their neighbors— both human and non-human.   Please consider supporting Critical Distance at https://www.patreon.com/critdistance Production Team: Darshana Jayemanne, Zoyander Street, Emilie Reed. Audio Direction and Engineering: Damian Stewart Double Bass: Aaron Stewart Transcription: Charly Harbord

Denise Griffitts - Your Partner In Success!
Laurie Barkman Avoiding Pitfalls From Business Transition to Transaction

Denise Griffitts - Your Partner In Success!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 60:00


Growing a business requires preparing and planning for the future in order to make it transferable. Laurie Barkman is teaching entrepreneurs about making their business firm by helping them maximize enterprise value, creating succession plans, and identifying M&A strategies. 80% of business owners want to stop working in their business in the next 5-10 years, but most have not planned for that transition. Many need to improve the business first. Laurie Barkman is a "business transition sherpa." With her firm, SmallDotBig, she advises owners on having more valuable, sellable businesses. And as a Partner with Stony Hill Advisors, a mergers and acquisitions firm, she guides them through the complex process of letting it go. Laurie is the former CEO of a $100 million revenue company with an exit to a Fortune 50 company. With more than 25 years of C-Suite and award-winning marketing expertise, she provides actionable perspectives to drive sustainable value. Engaging audiences across the US, Laurie is an Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at Carnegie Mellon University, leads executive workshops with Vistage, and hosts an award-winning podcast called Succession Stories. Laurie earned her MBA from Carnegie Mellon and BS from Cornell University. She is a Certified Value Builder Advisor and has a Certificate from the Exit Planning Institute. Website | LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube

Collaborative With Spencer Krause
Collaborative with Spencer Krause - E72 - Richard Juchniewicz (Roboticist)

Collaborative With Spencer Krause

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 132:25


Join us as we speak with 4moms senior director of engineering and quality, Richard Juchniewicz about coming up at Carnegie Mellon University, fun childhood projects, Production challenges, and more. Expectant parents, and family members should check out www.4moms.com for incredibly well-designed baby gear.

Labor goes to the Movies
Best labor movies (Part 2)

Labor goes to the Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 30:49


Elise and Chris talk with Kathleen M. Newman and Tom Zaniello about one of those lists of “10 best labor films”; which films make the cut, which don't, and why. Movies discussed include 9 to 5, Support The Girls, Modern Times, Newsies, and The Pajama Game. A regular with us here on Labor Goes to the Movies, Kathy's a professor of English, literary and cultural studies at Carnegie Mellon University, where she teaches and writes about labor, class, film, and media. Tom Zaniello has written a number of books on labor films, including Working Stiffs, Union Maids, Reds, and Riffraff: An Expanded Guide to Films about Labor. Produced by Chris Garlock @dclabor @LaborHeritage1 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/labor-goes-to-the-movies/message

IAQ Radio
R Subramanian, PhD - An International IAQ Perspective & Low Cost Monitor Review

IAQ Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 68:12


This week we welcome Dr. R. Subramanian for his international perspective on IAQ and to discuss how to evaluate and use low cost sensors. Dr. R Subramanian is a mechanical engineer who does research in atmospheric chemistry and environmental science. His PhD is in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University in the IAQ Radio hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. Dr. Subramanian is currently working in Qatar and joins us from there today. Dr R Subramanian (“Subu”) is a Senior Scientist at the Environment and Sustainability Center (ESC) of the Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute (QEERI), where he leads QEERI's research on sensors for air quality and climate, with applications in outdoor air quality monitoring and forecasting, IAQ management, and measurement of GHG emissions. He is also a research fellow at the Kigali Collaborative Research Centre (Rwanda) and an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA, USA). His recent accomplishments include leading the development of the Real-time Affordable Multi-Pollutant (RAMP) monitor, co-leading the deployment of a 50 RAMP network in and around Pittsburgh, PA, and establishing the Africa qualité de l'air (AfriqAir) monitoring network in many cities across Sub-Saharan Africa. Currently, he leads the air quality checks program for the FIFA World Cup 2022.

Bootstrapping Your Dreams Show
#292 Talking Gender Diversity, Business Growth & World Hunger - Christa Quarles, CEO of Corel

Bootstrapping Your Dreams Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 41:05


Christa joined Corel as the CEO and sits on the company's board of directors. Corel builds software solutions that simplify the task journey for knowledge workers. Corel is a KKR portfolio software company - KKR is one of the most prestigious private equity giants with assets of more than 470B under management. Christa is an accomplished executive with more than two decades of experience leading businesses and initiating financial and operational initiatives.Currently, she sits as a board member of Affirm, Inc, and Kimberly-Clark. Prior to Corel, Ms. Quarles served as CEO of OpenTable and had previously held executive roles at NextDoor, Inc. and The Walt Disney Company. While working at OpenTable, she led the company through a period of transformational change, successfully transitioning to cloud-based, small business solutions, and driving meaningful bottom- and top-line growth across its global operations.As Senior Vice President, Interactive Games at The Walt Disney Company, she oversaw Disney Interactive's profitability and helped the company rank second in the global mobile games publishing space.Prior to OpenTable, she worked as the Chief Business Officer of Nextdoor, a marketplace that connects local communities with small businesses. Christa studied Economics at Vienna University of Economics and Business and graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a BS in Economics and German. She also received an MBA from Harvard Business School. Support the show

Don’t Call Me Resilient
About the Queen, the Crown's crimes and how to talk about the unmourned

Don’t Call Me Resilient

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 30:05


At Don't Call Me Resilient, we've been busy planning season 4 of the podcast, which starts to roll out in November. We're even starting to think about season 5. But we decided to stop production to talk about something we felt we couldn't ignore.We've watched this incredible spectacle around the Queen's death and public outpouring of support and love for the British monarchy.Here in Canada, Queen Elizabeth was the official head of state and her funeral this week was made a federal holiday. In Ontario, the Minister of Education directed schools to conduct a moment of silence “to recognize the profound impact of Queen Elizabeth II's lifelong and unwavering devotion to public service.”And yet next week, those same children will be exploring the history of Indian Residential Schools and the immense ongoing damage of that system — started and long supported by the Crown.In the middle of this outpouring of love and grief for the Queen — and the monarchy she represented — not everyone is feeling it. Not everyone wants to mourn or honour her or what she represents.And there are a lot of reasons why.For example, the head of the Assembly of First Nations, RoseAnne Archibald told CTV News that the Royal Family should apologize for the failures of the Crown …“particularly for the destructiveness of colonization on First Nations people.”Another example came from Uju Anya, professor at Carnegie Mellon University, who posted a tweet in which she identified the Queen as overseeing a “thieving raping genocidal empire.”To explore these ideas further, we reached out to two scholars who are regular contributors to Don't Call Me Resilient. Both say that the Queen's death could be a uniting moment of dissent for people from current and former colonies.Veldon Coburn is Assistant Professor at the Institute of Indigenous Research and Studies at the University of Ottawa where he teaches a class called Colonialism, Territory & Treaties. He is Anishinaabe, Algonquin from Pikwàkanagàn First Nation and the co-editor of Capitalism and Dispossession.Cheryl Thompson is Assistant Professor of media and culture at the School of Performance and the Director of the Laboratory for Black Creativity at Toronto Metropolitan University. She is the author of Uncle: Race, Nostalgia, and the Politics of Loyalty.

TechTimeRadio
On TechTime Radio with Nathan Mumm, Apple to fix annoying copy and paste bug and camera issues, Google loses appeal over record EU anti-trust, and the US Space Force has a theme song. We also cover top Cyber Attacks | Air Date 9/18 - 9/24/22

TechTimeRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 55:51


Join us on TechTime Radio with Nathan Mumm, the show that makes you go "Hummmm" Technology news of the week for September 18th - September 24th, 2022.Today on TechTime with Nathan Mumm, Apple to fix annoying copy and paste bug and camera issues on third-party apps, Google loses appeal over record EU anti-trust, and no joke, the US Space Force has a theme song. We revisit the major hotel chain breach from Holiday In that uses Qwerty1234 as its primary security password. What if you found $250,000 in your account deposited from a large software company? We cover this week's Cyber Attacks in the "Protect Yourself Today segment. In addition, we have our standard features, including "Mike's Mesmerizing Moment," "This Week in Technology," and a possible "Nathan Nugget," and, of course, our "Pick of the Day" whiskey tasting. So, sit back, raise a glass, and welcome to TechTime with Nathan Mumm.Episode 119: Starts at 1:44--- [Now on Today's Show]: Starts at 3:19--- [Top Stories in The First Five Minutes]: Starts at 5:34Windows 11 2022 update brings Microsoft's grand security vision into play - https://tinyurl.com/25jtf84zSpace Force (not the TV Show) but that actual SPACE FORCE unveils its official song and it's cringe-worthy! - https://tinyurl.com/ftcwryccApple to fix annoying copy and paste bug, camera shaking and more in next week's iOS 16 update - https://tinyurl.com/y8nbn3rtGoogle loses appeal over record EU anti-trust Android fine. - https://tinyurl.com/mxbw2xtc --- [Pick of the Day - Whiskey Tasting Reveal]: Starts at 20:42Lonehand Hot Honey | $19.00 | 70 Proof--- [Protect Yourself Today ]: Starts at 22:56The Parent Company of Holiday In (IHG) was hacked last week: 'Vindictive' couple deleted hotel chain data for fun - https://tinyurl.com/462dy6js Uber's computer network has been hacked again. UBERS technology has more holes than a slice of Swiss cheese - https://tinyurl.com/ycx4at5y Lorenz Ransomware Goes After SMBs via Mitel VoIP Phone Systems - https://tinyurl.com/4hucu2v2Grand Theft Auto 6 footage leaked after hack, developer Rockstar confirms - https://tinyurl.com/yz9za7xy  --- [This Week in Technology]: Starts at 36:29September 19, 1982 - The creation of the first smiley face sideways was posted.In a posting made to a Carnegie Mellon bulletin board, Scott Fahlman a computer scientist and Professor Emeritus at Carnegie Mellon University's Language Technologies Institute and Computer Science Department proposed the first known use of emoticons.--- [Marc's Mumbles Whiskey Details]: Starts at 43:07--- [Technology Fail of the Week]: Starts at 44:38This Weeks Fail comes to us from GOOGLE:Sam Curry, a self-described hacker, says he was mysteriously paid $249,999.99 by Google last month and that he had no idea why the tech giant simply handed over a quarter-million dollars.--- [Mike's Mesmerizing Moment brought to us by StoriCoffee®]: Starts at 50:44--- [Pick of the Day]: Starts at 53:46Lonehand Hot Honey | $19.00 | 70 ProofMike: Thumbs DownNathan: Thumbs UpSelzy - The easiest way to start selling Launch your first email campaign in 15 minutes & Boost your sales with Selzy's marketing platform.

Mapping The College Audition: An MTCA Podcast
Ep. 72 (CDD): Josh Grisetti from CSU Fullerton on Cost Consciousness

Mapping The College Audition: An MTCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 90:26


In this College Deep Dive, Josh and Charlie discuss:  The changes at CSU Fullerton to customize their program Why they shifted the audition and lost the “cut” Creativity with their showcase process Josh shares some bold (and aggregatable!) opinions about the Cost of Training The awesome location with weather, theater companies, beaches, and amusement parks  Breaking out of the mindset of only focusing on “top” schools (or only East Coast) Audition Trends to stay away from  If you would like hear more from Josh or CSU Fullerton, check out the following places:  @joshgrissetti on Instagram  https://www.joshgrisetti.com  CSU Fullerton Website  If you have any questions about the college audition process, feel free to reach out at mailbag@mappingthecollegeaudition.com. If you're interested in working with MTCA for help with your individualized preparation for your College Audition journey, please check us out at mtcollegeauditions.com, or on Instagram or Facebook.  Follow Us!  Instagram: @musicaltheatercollegeauditions YouTube: @MTCA (Musical Theater College Auditions)  TikTok: @mtcollegeauditions  Charlie Murphy:@charmur7  Meghan Cordier:@meghanmarie2014 About MTCA:  Musical Theater College Auditions (MTCA) is the leader in coaching acting and musical theater students through the college audition process and beyond with superlative results. MTCA has assembled a roster of expert artist-educators who can guide students artistically, organizationally, strategically, and psychologically through the competitive college audition process. MTCA provides the tools, resources, and expertise along with a vast and strong support system. They train the unique individual, empowering the artist to bring their true, authentic self to their work. MTCA believes that by helping students reveal their potential it allows each school to connect with those who are truly right for their programs, which in turn guides each student toward their best college fit.  About Charlie Murphy:  Charlie is a proud graduate of Carnegie Mellon University's BFA program. As an Actor he has performed with theaters such as: NY Public Theatre's “Shakespeare in the Park”, The Pearl Theatre Company, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Chautauqua Theatre Company, Kinetic Theatre Company, and the Shakespeare Theatre of DC. With MTCA [Musical Theater College Auditions -- mtca.nyc], he has been helping prospective theatre students through the college process for over 15 years. As a Teacher and Director, he is able to do a few of his favorite things in life: help students to find their authentic selves as artists, and then help them find their best fit for their collegiate journey. Through this podcast, he hopes to continue that work as well as help demystify this intricate process. This episode was produced by Meghan Cordier and Charlie Murphy. Episode theme music is created by Will Reynolds.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Author2Author
Author2Author with Mark A. Salter

Author2Author

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 35:00


Bill welcomes debut novelist Mark A. Salter to the show. Like many Americans, Mark A. Salter has a deep love for football–both college and professional. He has an insider's perspective on both worlds, given that he played the sport in high school and at Canisius College and even had a brief stint with the New York Giants before earning his master's degree from Carnegie Mellon University. While numbers had ruled his career, writing literary fiction and reading philosophy have been his favorite pastimes for decades. He resides with his wife in Jupiter, Florida, where he is a member of the South Florida Writers Association and has won several short story contests. In his debut novel, The Sins of the Tribe, Salter explores the impact of intense tribalism and its resulting dehumanization through the gripping tale of two Southern brothers on the fictional but all-too-realistic Bastille University Tribe football team.

NBN Book of the Day
Brian D. Bunk, "From Football to Soccer: The Early History of the Beautiful Game in the United States" (U Illinois Press, 2021)

NBN Book of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 53:40


Across North America, native peoples and colonists alike played a variety of kicking games long before soccer's emergence in the late 1800s. Brian D. Bunk examines the development and social impact of these sports through the rise of professional soccer after World War I. As he shows, the various games called football gave women an outlet as athletes and encouraged men to form social bonds based on educational experience, occupation, ethnic identity, or military service. Football also followed young people to college as higher education expanded in the nineteenth century. University play, along with the arrival of immigrants from the British Isles, helped spark the creation of organized soccer in the United States—and the beautiful game's transformation into a truly international sport. A multilayered look at one game's place in American life, From Football to Soccer: The Early History of the Beautiful Game in the United States (University of Illinois Press, 2021) refutes the notion of the U.S. as a land outside of football history. Bennett Koerber is an instructor of history at Carnegie Mellon University. He can be reached at bkoerber@andrew.cmu.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/book-of-the-day

Enrollment Insights Podcast
#56 - RJ Thompson and It's Time To Level Up Enrollment Marketing

Enrollment Insights Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 68:22


In this episode, you will hear from RJ Thompson, Director of Digital Marketing in the Katz Graduate School of Business and College of Business Administration at the University of Pittsburgh. Before joining Pitt, he was a tenured Assistant Professor of Graphic and Interactive Design in the Department of Art at Youngstown State University, and before that he also taught at Carnegie Mellon University, La Roche University, and Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and he continues to teach at Point Park University and the Community College of Alleghany County. He is also a National Endowment for the Arts “Our Town” grant recipient, a “Best of Marketing Award” from the Ohio Economic Development Association winner for his work with rebranding Youngstown Ohio, and was honored with the Ohio Governors Award in the Arts in Community Development, the state of Ohio's highest recognition in the arts. 0:00 - Introduction 1:37 - Reusing failure to capture success 6:35 - Putting on your student hat to build campaigns 7:48 - Starting campaigns with keywords and emotions 9:49 - Leading design thinking charrettes 10:45 - Even if you're not "student-facing" you should be engaging with students 12:43 - Digging into emotion-first marketing "Artists don't want to create art because they want to. Artists create art because they have to." 15:18 - How do you give students a "why": Why should they care, why should they take action, why are you different? 19:20 - "No one wants to go to college alone." 19:58 - Why you may not need, or want, to tell students to visit for programmatic recruitment 22:29 - Students aren't interested in online education, but what about online with dorms as living/learning space away from home? 23:43 - Professor Thompson teaches us about persuasion using self-concept 28:53 - Want to be a better marketer? Spend more time with students. 31:41 - Where best to use storytelling in comm flows 35:32 - Marketing continues after enrollment 38:15 - Let's frame budgets and digital spending differently 40:04 - Using proof points in marketing 44:56 - What happens when outcomes aren't defined in a program 46:47 - How does the comm flow change post-application and enrollment to make it more welcoming 49:11 - The "Helpers" in higher ed and what has kept RJ in education 54:18 - The overlap of marketing places and institutions 57:59 - RJ's 3 goals 59:26 - Where to invest resources to support students further, regardless of role 1:01:24 - A Ron Swanson appearance 1:02:26 - One thing marketers should stop doing 1:03:47 - It's time to level up - we're wired to learn so why do we need to advertise? 1:05:28 - Lean into ABCD - Asset-Based Community Development, your location and community 1:07:24 - Get in touch with RJ Show notes are available on the Enrollment Insights Blog at niche.bz/podcast. In the Enrollment Insights Podcast, you'll hear about novel solutions to problems, ways to make processes better for students, and the questions that spark internal reflection and end up changing entire processes.

New Books in Sports
Brian D. Bunk, "From Football to Soccer: The Early History of the Beautiful Game in the United States" (U Illinois Press, 2021)

New Books in Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 53:40


Across North America, native peoples and colonists alike played a variety of kicking games long before soccer's emergence in the late 1800s. Brian D. Bunk examines the development and social impact of these sports through the rise of professional soccer after World War I. As he shows, the various games called football gave women an outlet as athletes and encouraged men to form social bonds based on educational experience, occupation, ethnic identity, or military service. Football also followed young people to college as higher education expanded in the nineteenth century. University play, along with the arrival of immigrants from the British Isles, helped spark the creation of organized soccer in the United States—and the beautiful game's transformation into a truly international sport. A multilayered look at one game's place in American life, From Football to Soccer: The Early History of the Beautiful Game in the United States (University of Illinois Press, 2021) refutes the notion of the U.S. as a land outside of football history. Bennett Koerber is an instructor of history at Carnegie Mellon University. He can be reached at bkoerber@andrew.cmu.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sports

New Books in History
Brian D. Bunk, "From Football to Soccer: The Early History of the Beautiful Game in the United States" (U Illinois Press, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 53:40


Across North America, native peoples and colonists alike played a variety of kicking games long before soccer's emergence in the late 1800s. Brian D. Bunk examines the development and social impact of these sports through the rise of professional soccer after World War I. As he shows, the various games called football gave women an outlet as athletes and encouraged men to form social bonds based on educational experience, occupation, ethnic identity, or military service. Football also followed young people to college as higher education expanded in the nineteenth century. University play, along with the arrival of immigrants from the British Isles, helped spark the creation of organized soccer in the United States—and the beautiful game's transformation into a truly international sport. A multilayered look at one game's place in American life, From Football to Soccer: The Early History of the Beautiful Game in the United States (University of Illinois Press, 2021) refutes the notion of the U.S. as a land outside of football history. Bennett Koerber is an instructor of history at Carnegie Mellon University. He can be reached at bkoerber@andrew.cmu.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in American Studies
Brian D. Bunk, "From Football to Soccer: The Early History of the Beautiful Game in the United States" (U Illinois Press, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 53:40


Across North America, native peoples and colonists alike played a variety of kicking games long before soccer's emergence in the late 1800s. Brian D. Bunk examines the development and social impact of these sports through the rise of professional soccer after World War I. As he shows, the various games called football gave women an outlet as athletes and encouraged men to form social bonds based on educational experience, occupation, ethnic identity, or military service. Football also followed young people to college as higher education expanded in the nineteenth century. University play, along with the arrival of immigrants from the British Isles, helped spark the creation of organized soccer in the United States—and the beautiful game's transformation into a truly international sport. A multilayered look at one game's place in American life, From Football to Soccer: The Early History of the Beautiful Game in the United States (University of Illinois Press, 2021) refutes the notion of the U.S. as a land outside of football history. Bennett Koerber is an instructor of history at Carnegie Mellon University. He can be reached at bkoerber@andrew.cmu.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Brian D. Bunk, "From Football to Soccer: The Early History of the Beautiful Game in the United States" (U Illinois Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 53:40


Across North America, native peoples and colonists alike played a variety of kicking games long before soccer's emergence in the late 1800s. Brian D. Bunk examines the development and social impact of these sports through the rise of professional soccer after World War I. As he shows, the various games called football gave women an outlet as athletes and encouraged men to form social bonds based on educational experience, occupation, ethnic identity, or military service. Football also followed young people to college as higher education expanded in the nineteenth century. University play, along with the arrival of immigrants from the British Isles, helped spark the creation of organized soccer in the United States—and the beautiful game's transformation into a truly international sport. A multilayered look at one game's place in American life, From Football to Soccer: The Early History of the Beautiful Game in the United States (University of Illinois Press, 2021) refutes the notion of the U.S. as a land outside of football history. Bennett Koerber is an instructor of history at Carnegie Mellon University. He can be reached at bkoerber@andrew.cmu.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Going Deep with Aaron Watson
546 Cyber Security for the Department of Defense w/ David Brumley (ForAllSecure)

Going Deep with Aaron Watson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 37:41


David Brumley is the founder and CEO of ForAllSecure, a startup spun out of Carnegie Mellon University, that has raised over $36 million.   The company provides cutting edge cybersecurity solutions to Fortune 500 companies and government agencies, including the Department of Defense.   Straight out of college, David Brumley worked in IT at Stanford University fixing and securing issues with the university's open network. His challenges motivated him to pursue towards a decade-long research quest to solve the problem of real-time, automated testing and security compliance.   This research led to the founding of ForAllSecure and their first product “MAYHEM”, which scans software for bugs, generates exploits, and fixes vulnerabilities.   In this episode, Aaron and David talk about selling security to the Department of Defense, how he raised millions of dollars from Tier 1 VCs, and how his startup is the culmination of more than a decade of academic research. David Brumley's Challenge: Look at what you're good at and pay it forward.    Connect with David Brumley Linkedin Twitter Website   If you liked this interview, check out the episode Naval Ravikant's Wisdom w/ Eric Jorgenson where they talked about the power of leverage and how to use more of it. Underwritten by Piper Creative Piper Creative makes creating podcasts, vlogs, and videos easy.    How? Click here and Learn more.   We work with Fortune 500s, medium-sized companies, and entrepreneurs.   Follow Piper as we grow YouTube Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | Overcast | Spotify

New Books in Popular Culture
Brian D. Bunk, "From Football to Soccer: The Early History of the Beautiful Game in the United States" (U Illinois Press, 2021)

New Books in Popular Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 53:40


Across North America, native peoples and colonists alike played a variety of kicking games long before soccer's emergence in the late 1800s. Brian D. Bunk examines the development and social impact of these sports through the rise of professional soccer after World War I. As he shows, the various games called football gave women an outlet as athletes and encouraged men to form social bonds based on educational experience, occupation, ethnic identity, or military service. Football also followed young people to college as higher education expanded in the nineteenth century. University play, along with the arrival of immigrants from the British Isles, helped spark the creation of organized soccer in the United States—and the beautiful game's transformation into a truly international sport. A multilayered look at one game's place in American life, From Football to Soccer: The Early History of the Beautiful Game in the United States (University of Illinois Press, 2021) refutes the notion of the U.S. as a land outside of football history. Bennett Koerber is an instructor of history at Carnegie Mellon University. He can be reached at bkoerber@andrew.cmu.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/popular-culture

Hashing It Out
Network infrastructure Pt. 2

Hashing It Out

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 59:48 Transcription Available


Hashing It Out is continuing its series on blockchain infrastructure with the Network layer. In this episode, Corey, Dee and Jessie talk to Assistant Professor of electrical and computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, Giulia Fanti & member of the Vac research development group at Status, Hanno Cornelius about privacy and security in the network layer.

Labor goes to the Movies
Best labor movies (Part 1)

Labor goes to the Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 38:28


We're back! Elise and Chris got a bit busy with other projects this past summer but we did get a chance to chat with Kathleen M. Newman back at the end of July. A regular with us here on Labor Goes to the Movies, Kathy's a professor of English, literary and cultural studies at Carnegie Mellon University, where she teaches and writes about labor, class, film, and media. We'd run across one of those lists of “10 best labor films” that pops up from time to time and decided it was a good chance to talk about which films make the lists, which don't, and why. Today's episode is the first part of that conversation; next week we'll have the second part, when Tom Zaniello, who's written a number of books on labor films (including Working Stiffs, Union Maids, Reds, and Riffraff: An Expanded Guide to Films about Labor) joins us to provide his perspective. Produced by Chris Garlock @dclabor @LaborHeritage1 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/labor-goes-to-the-movies/message

Pillow Talk
Extremely Online with Joshua Citarella

Pillow Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 79:29 Very Popular


Joshua Citarella is an artist, Twitch streamer, and internet culture researcher based in New York City. He is the author of Politigram & the Post-left and has taught at the School of Visual Arts, Rhode Island School of Design and served as an advisor at Carnegie Mellon University and Tufts University. Josh and Eileen discuss internet subcultures, "troll" psychology, the red/blue divide, and how social media contributes to radicalization.    You can follow Joshua on instagram: @joshuacitarella   You can access his podcasts, livestreams, books, digital publications and more on his Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/joshuacitarella   Show links: Follow @eileen on Instagram Follow @killerandasweetthang on Instagram Follow @eileeninparis on TikTok  Follow @goingmentalpodcast on Instagram More information at: Goingmental.com   Produced by Dear Media.

This Week In White Supremacy
This Week In White Supremacy | Uju Anya vs. The World | Ep.93

This Week In White Supremacy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 63:20


EPISODE NOTES___________________Connect with 1HOOD Onlinehttps://blackpittsburgh.comThe #1 online destination for news written by and for Black Pittsburghhttps://www.1hood.orgThe Vanguard of Arts and Activism__________________Connect with 1HOOD on Social Media:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/1Hood1HoodMedia  — SubscribeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/1HoodMediaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/1hoodmediaTwitter: https://twitter.com/1hood__________________About The 1HOOD Podcast:This Week In White Supremacy is The 1Hood Podcast discussing the cultural effects and weekly injustices surrounding white supremacy; through intelligent, insightful commentary and often comedic conversations this podcast is geared towards adults who want to digest the latest news and events with humor and Hip-Hop.DISCLAIMERS: The views and opinions expressed during this presentation are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of 1Hood Media, 1Hood Power, and or its affiliates.We do not own the copyrights to the selected songs, audios and/or videos shared in this broadcast.This Week In White Supremacy is brought to you by the 1HOOD Media NetworkExplicit LanguageParental Discretion is AdvisedTV-MA

Mapping The College Audition: An MTCA Podcast
EP. 71 AE: Krysta Rodriguez (Broadway's The Addams Family) on Expanding your Dreams

Mapping The College Audition: An MTCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 68:14


In this Artist Exploration, Charlie and Krysta discuss  The power of “No” in your career Pilot season auditions in LA  Smash audition experience  Her resilience in fighting breast cancer  Playing Liza Minnelli in Halston Expanding your dreams into other artistic pursuits  If you would like to hear more from Krysta be sure to check her out at  Broadway Revival of Into The Woods  Her Blog: ChemoCouture.com  @krysta_rod on Instagram  Curated her a full service design business dedicated to spaces for any style and budget. Did Charlie's game “I'm a Survivor” peak your interest in the show? Be sue to check out Charlie's other podcast: Come on in Survivors  If you have any questions about the college audition process, feel free to reach out at mailbag@mappingthecollegeaudition.com. If you're interested in working with MTCA for help with your individualized preparation for your College Audition journey, please check us out at mtcollegeauditions.com, or on Instagram or Facebook.  Follow Us!  Instagram: @musicaltheatercollegeauditions YouTube: @MTCA (Musical Theater College Auditions)  TikTok: @mtcollegeauditions  Charlie Murphy:@charmur7  Meghan Cordier:@meghanmarie2014 About MTCA:  Musical Theater College Auditions (MTCA) is the leader in coaching acting and musical theater students through the college audition process and beyond with superlative results. MTCA has assembled a roster of expert artist-educators who can guide students artistically, organizationally, strategically, and psychologically through the competitive college audition process. MTCA provides the tools, resources, and expertise along with a vast and strong support system. They train the unique individual, empowering the artist to bring their true, authentic self to their work. MTCA believes that by helping students reveal their potential it allows each school to connect with those who are truly right for their programs, which in turn guides each student toward their best college fit.  About Charlie Murphy:  Charlie is a proud graduate of Carnegie Mellon University's BFA program. As an Actor he has performed with theaters such as: NY Public Theatre's “Shakespeare in the Park”, The Pearl Theatre Company, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Chautauqua Theatre Company, Kinetic Theatre Company, and the Shakespeare Theatre of DC. With MTCA [Musical Theater College Auditions -- mtca.nyc], he has been helping prospective theatre students through the college process for over 15 years. As a Teacher and Director, he is able to do a few of his favorite things in life: help students to find their authentic selves as artists, and then help them find their best fit for their collegiate journey. Through this podcast, he hopes to continue that work as well as help demystify this intricate process. This episode was produced by Meghan Cordier and Charlie Murphy. Episode theme music is created by Will Reynolds.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – September 12, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 174:48 Very Popular


King Sausage Fingers, a Royal Goose, Ford Field fights, Ray J v. Kim K, Ann Arbor's Peeping Tom, 9/11 anniversary of John & Rochelle, Hinck-dog's fan club, Stuttering John blocks Drew, Trudi's vacation to Cracker Barrel, and Drew hates everything on TV.Trudi has returned tether-free from her Cracker Barrel vacation in Pure Michigan with her lover, Dee. We recall our tales from Mackinac Island. Trudi found an Autoblow 2000.9/11: 60 Minutes aired a powerful piece. David Hogg asks what life was life before 9/11. John Oliver took a shot at Law & Order. It was the anniversary of John leaving the table early.A repeat serial Peeping Tom is busted filming people on the toilet in Ann Arbor.Drew HATES Mash & its theme song.Sports: Texas A&M has the funniest comedians. App State goes wild after their upset. Michigan's next opponent is UConn. MSU takes on Washington this weekend. Gisele tweeted so we all know that her and Tom Brady are ok. Cowboys fans rained garbage down on Dak Prescott after his injury.Royal News: Meghan Markle snubbed by a subject. #GoHomeMeghan was trending. She's being rude to staff. Prince Andrew was heckled. He also goosed his own daughter.More Sports: The Detroit Lions had some fists throwing in the stands and some dancing maniac broke up a brawl outside of Ford Field.Ray J vs The Kardashians: Sex Tape Wars.Stuttering John Melendez has blocked Drew on Twitter. He must not want $3,500 for his chemotherapy charity.TV: BranDon is way behind on his shows. Marc and Trudi recommend a million shows. Drew claims he has nothing to watch. Yellowjackets = Alive. Drew learns of The Donner Party.College News: The Eastern Michigan University strike is over. The Psychedelic Shroom Fest is back at Michigan. The MSU board has given Sanjay Gupta until Tuesday to step down. The most expensive colleges in every state.The Queen has people lined up to see her. Princess Anne had to drive with the Queen's corpse. Prince Andy gets the Corgis. King Charles has Hulk Hands. Newsweek is also covering the Prince Andrew 'goose'.Murderer News: Mark David Chapman denied parole for the 12th time. John Hinckley Jr has some great merch. John's "community" is attracting many people.Leonardo DiCaprio might break his 25-year age limit to nail Gigi Hadid.Go away, Chrissy Teigen.Podcast Movement apologizes for apologizing for Ben Shapiro.Carnegie Mellon University is sorry for their professor, but her students have her back.Britney's back on IG. She claims she's done performing forever. Spartan Stadium has been rocking this gem.David Hall birthday shoutout.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

WorkforceRx with Futuro Health
Dr. Tom Mitchell, Carnegie Mellon University: The Impact of AI on the Future Workforce

WorkforceRx with Futuro Health

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 37:42


When it comes to the impact of artificial intelligence on the workforce, there is still a major split between those who worry about “robots” replacing workers, and those who think employees will benefit from AI if it is harnessed the right way. On this episode of WorkforceRx, Futuro Health CEO Van Ton-Quinlivan asks one of the world's leading experts in the field, Dr. Tom Mitchell of Carnegie Mellon University, to weigh in on the debate. “The big determinant of how the future of work is going to play out is how we develop these technologies, and how we choose to adopt them. Do we adopt computers as assistants that allow people to do their job better, or do we use them to automate the task? The future is really ours to define.” Mitchell is currently updating a 2017 U.S. National Academy study on AI and the workforce at the request of Congress, and provides us with a peek into what has changed in the intervening years with regard to remote work, online learning, self-driving cars and the speed with which the field of AI itself is changing. Don't miss this penetrating look at one of the most disruptive technologies of our time.

The Bitcoin Podcast
Hashing It Out: Network Infrastructure Pt. 1

The Bitcoin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 58:26


Hashing It Out is continuing its series on the infrastructure of blockchain with the Network Layer.In this episode, Corey, Dee and Jessie talk to Assistant Professor of electrical and computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, Giulia Fanti & member of the Vac research development group at Status, Hanno Cornelius. Stay tuned for part 2, covering privacy in the network layer.You Can Find Hashing It Out Podcast Here:Website: https://hashingitout.sounder.fm/RSSFeed:https://feeds.sounder.fm/6234/rss.xml

Resources Radio
Unveiling Hidden Energy Poverty, with Destenie Nock

Resources Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 37:15


In this week's episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Destenie Nock, an assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University. Nock shares insights from a recent paper she coauthored that shows how, on hot days, Black and low-income households wait relatively longer than other households to turn on their air-conditioning units, which puts them at a greater risk of heat-related illnesses. She examines the reasons behind this behavior and provides an overview of energy insecurity and energy poverty in the United States. References and recommendations: “Unveiling hidden energy poverty using the energy equity gap” by Shuchen Cong, Destenie Nock, Yueming Lucy Qiu, and Bo Xing; https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-022-30146-5 “Heat-Associated Mortality in a Hot Climate” by Sally Ann Iverson, Aaron Gettel, Carly P. Bezold, Kate Goodin, Benita McKinney, Rebecca Sunenshine, and Vjollca Berisha; https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7485058/ “Doughnut Economics” by Kate Raworth; https://www.chelseagreen.com/product/doughnut-economics-paperback/ “How to Be an Antiracist” by Ibram X. Kendi; https://www.ibramxkendi.com/how-to-be-an-antiracist

Voice of the Arts
Gretchen van Hoesen - "The Snow Queen"

Voice of the Arts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022


The Principal Harp of the Pittsburgh Symphony Gretchen Van Hoesen will organize and join in an ensemble of 16 harps to play a new score by Alyssa Reit inspired by Hans Christian Anderson's "The Snow Queen" on September 25 at 5:30 PM at Kresge Theater, Carnegie Mellon University.  It is co-sponsored by The Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Harp Society and Carnegie Mellon University. Alyssa Reit will be narrating the Hans Christian Andersen story, Peter Reit will be conducting 16 harpists performing, including Gretchen Katie Ventura and Marissa Knaub Avon, the entire harp department at CMU, the PYSO harp section and many more area harpists.  This production is a setting of the famous Hans Christian Andersen classic, for storyteller and 15 harps. In this performance, the music will incorporate excerpts from participant solos, specially arranged ensemble sections, sound effects, and excerpts from the orchestral repertoire to illustrate the story. The individual solos and ensemble selections will be set as musical interludes. In addition, participants will play underscoring and sound effects, accompanying the text. Harpists of all ages, skill levels, and harp types will be participating.  Alyssa Reit has worked as an independent performer, composer and arranger in the New York tri-state area since completing her Bachelors and Master's degrees at the Juilliard School as a student of Marcel Grandjany in 1975. Composition teachers include Jacob Druckman, Andrew Thomas, and Richard Einhorn. She has performed with institutions ranging from the Orchestra of St. Lukes, the Pittsburgh Symphony, and the Metropolitan Opera,

#RolandMartinUnfiltered
Migrant Emergency, Black GA Man Convicted On Added Charge During Trial, Jeff Bezos take on Uju Anya

#RolandMartinUnfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 134:01


9.9.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Migrant Emergency, Black GA Man Convicted On Added Charge During Trial, Jeff Bezos take on Uju Anya  Thousands of migrants are being bussed to major cities, like New York, Chicago, and Washington, D.C.  D.C. mayor Muriel Bowser has declared a state of emergency.  We'll talk to an immigration lawyer and the policy director of Black Alliance for Just Immigration to discuss options for the migrants and the cities flooded with migrants with no money and nowhere to go.  A Georgia jury rejects a black man's stand-your-ground defense in the murder of a white teen, convicting him of a charge that was added during the jury instructions.  We'll talk to James Woodall from the Southern Center for Human Rights and discuss how that was even possible. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos decided he wanted all the smoke Thursday when he went after Carnegie Mellon University's professor Uju Anya for what she said about Queen Elizabeth the Second.  Well, Twitter let the e-commerce billionaire have it. Brigham Young University says it found no evidence of anyone yelling racial slurs at a black Duke volleyball player.  I'll tell you what they said about their investigation.  National Coalition on Black Civic Participation's Black Youth Vote launched its national "Black Collegiate & Community Challenge." I'll talk to the campaign manager about how they plan to motivate Black collegiate and community youth to vote in the 2022 Midterm elections.   And tonight's Education Matters segment, two businessmen are trying to educate HBCU students on how to get in on gaming.    Support RolandMartinUnfiltered and #BlackStarNetwork via the Cash App ☛ https://cash.app/$rmunfiltered PayPal ☛ https://www.paypal.me/rmartinunfiltered Venmo ☛https://venmo.com/rmunfiltered Zelle ☛ roland@rolandsmartin.com Annual or monthly recurring #BringTheFunk Fan Club membership via paypal ☛ https://rolandsmartin.com/rmu-paypal/ Download the #BlackStarNetwork app on iOS, AppleTV, Android, Android TV, Roku, FireTV, SamsungTV and XBox

The Glenn Beck Program
The Greater Evil: Sin of Slavery vs. Sin of Abortion | 9/9/22

The Glenn Beck Program

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 115:52 Very Popular


Filling in for Glenn, BlazeTV host Jason Whitlock looks at the passing of Queen Elizabeth II and the abhorrence of some of the responses from social media. Jason and "Fearless" contributor T.J. Moe critique Carnegie-Mellon University professor Uju Anya's secular response to Queen Elizabeth's passing and the idea that a specific race of people don't deserve forgiveness. Jason dives into the evil of slavery and how it compares to the wickedness of abortion. The dangers of abandoning the values of our founding fathers are being revealed. Jason breaks down the multiple atrocities that have come out of Memphis, Tennessee, and why these horrors are occurring. Jason talks about the importance of following the best game plan for your life: the Bible. BYU's investigation into an alleged racial slur at a volleyball game yielded no evidence supporting the allegation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Friday, September 9th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 17:00


An Irish teacher has been jailed for refusing to call a boy a girl, Queen Elizabeth II has died, and jail time is being threatened in Europe for turning the heat up too high this winter. … and more on today’s CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. My name is Toby Sumpter and today is Friday, September 9, 2022. https://nypost.com/2022/09/06/teacher-enoch-burke-jailed-over-trans-pronouns-flap/ A teacher in Ireland has been suspended from work and then jailed for contempt of court after he refused to use the correct pronouns to address a transgender student. Enoch Burke was arrested on Monday for violating a court order barring him from teaching at Wilson’s Hospital School in Westmeath, or even being present there, the news site RTE.ie reported. Judge Michael Quinn found Burke guilty of violating an order made by the High Court last week and sent him to Mountjoy Prison, where he will remain until either he purges his contempt or the court gives further orders. The teacher remained defiant in the face of jail time, telling the judge that “it is insanity” that he would be led out of the courtroom and taken to prison for refusing to give up his Christian beliefs. “I love my school, with its motto Res Non Verba, ‘Actions not words,’ but I am here today because I said I would not call a boy a girl,” Burke told the court. The scandal surrounding Burke began unfolding after the educator, who teaches history, politics and German at the school in Multyfarnham, County Westmeath, refused to address a transitioning student as “they” instead of “he.” Burke’s stance prompted school officials to place him on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of a disciplinary process. But the teacher refused to stay away from campus, despite an injunction that was issued barring him from going to the school, or attempting to teach. On Friday, the judge issued an order to arrest Burke after he was found sitting in an empty classroom at the school. Burke was taken into custody at the school on Monday and taken directly to court, where he told the judge he could not comply with the injunction because it would violate his conscience. “I am a teacher and I don’t want to go to prison,” Burke told the court. “I want to be in my classroom today, that’s where I was this morning when I was arrested.” He added: “Transgenderism is against my Christian belief. It is contrary to the scriptures, contrary to the ethos of the Church of Ireland and of my school.” FLF Conference Plug Do you like Jesus & beer? Then you and your family need to come to the Fight Laugh Feast Conference in Knoxville Tennessee, on October 6-8. The topic of this conference is Lies, Propaganda, storytelling, and the serrated edge. Satan is the father of lies, and the mother of those lies is a government that has rejected God. Christians haven’t been reading their Bibles, so we as a society are more susceptible than ever to satan and his lies. So join us, October 6-8, as we fight, laugh, and feast, with beer & psalms, our amazing lineup of speakers, including Pastor Doug Wilson, George Gilder, and Pastor Toby Sumpter, and more… AND, stuff for the kids too, like jumpy castles, and accidental infant baptisms! Sign up to attend with you and yours, or become a vendor at fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-61585886 Queen Elizabeth II, the UK's longest-serving monarch, has died at Balmoral aged 96, after reigning for 70 years. She died peacefully on Thursday afternoon at her Scottish estate, where she had spent much of the summer. The Queen came to the throne in 1952 and witnessed enormous social change. Her son King Charles III said the death of his beloved mother was a "moment of great sadness" for him and his family and that her loss would be "deeply felt" around the world. He said: "We mourn profoundly the passing of a cherished sovereign and a much-loved mother. "I know her loss will be deeply felt throughout the country, the realms and the Commonwealth, and by countless people around the world." During the coming period of mourning, he said he and his family would be "comforted and sustained by our knowledge of the respect and deep affection in which the Queen was so widely held". The King and his wife, Camilla, now Queen Consort, will return to London on Friday, Buckingham Palace said. Senior royals had gathered at Balmoral after the Queen's doctors became concerned about her health earlier in the day. All the Queen's children travelled to Balmoral, near Aberdeen, after doctors placed the Queen under medical supervision. Her grandson and now heir to the throne, Prince William, and his brother, Prince Harry, also gathered there. Prime Minister Liz Truss, who was appointed by the Queen on Tuesday, said the monarch was the rock on which modern Britain was built, who had "provided us with the stability and strength that we needed". Speaking about the new King, she said: "We offer him our loyalty and devotion, just as his mother devoted so much, to so many, for so long. "And with the passing of the second Elizabethan age, we usher in a new era in the magnificent history of our great country, exactly as Her Majesty would have wished, by saying the words 'God save the King'." https://twitter.com/realchrisrufo/status/1567928907411910656?s=20&t=jRqdyIeyvfjUj4nDBZFGsg Meanwhile, earlier this morning Uju Anya, Critical Race Theorist at Carnegie Mellon University tweeted: “I heard the chief monarch of a thieving raping genocidl empire is finally dying. May her pain be excruciating.” Twitter did delete the Tweet as violating its rules, but i a follow up tweet she wrote: “If anyone expects me to express anything but disdain for the monarch who supervised a government that sponsored the genocide that massacred and displaced half my family and the consequences of which those alive today are still trying to overcome, you can keep wishing upon a star.” Another tweet insists that Queen Elizabeth was not a remnant of colonial times but an active participant in colonialism, “she actively tried to stop independence movements & she tried to keep newly independent colonies form leaving the commonwealth. The evil she did was enough” and a video is linked to an elderly Kenyan woman who says she was tortured with axes during Kenya’s struggle for independence from British colonial rule. The woman in the video demands that Elizabeth pay her back for what was done to to her. Uju Anya writes so-called “anti-racist” curriculum for public schools as well as Diversity Equity and Inclusion training materials. I’m sure it’s doing a lot of good. Not really. The simple point I want to make here is that this is a great example of how CRT is not helping anyone at all. Let’s grant the possibility that the history is being presented accurately here. I suspect that there might be more to it than is being presented, but let’s just grant it for the sake of the argument. You cannot build families, cultures, or nations on this kind of exacting demand for justice. You cannot get it. It’s not possible. And it’s not possible for two reasons at least: first, you can’t quantify the damage and harm and hurt. Can you put that woman’s tears in a bottle and measure them out? When would it be enough? It would never be enough. And second, what standard would you use to measure anyway? By what standard? If you appeal to Darwin, you just threw away your standard. If you appeal to Marx, then you are only appealing to a momentary revolution and you’re condemned to eternal feuding, since once the oppressed class gets put in charge they will no doubt oppress the previously ruling class, and we will just play see-saw with revenge. The only way out of this is the blood of Jesus. The only way out of this tailspin of feuding bitterness and rage and spite and hate is through forgiveness in the blood of Christ. This is true for England, America, and Kenya, and all the nations of the earth. There will be blood. The only question is whose blood and will it be efficacious blood. The blood of Jesus is efficacious. It actually takes away sin and guilt. It actually allows you to lay down your arms, lay down your vengeance, and forgive. May Uju Anja, the people of Kenya, and all people find peace in the Cross of Christ. As the Queen herself once said, “History teaches us we… need saving from ourselves, from our recklessness or our greed. God sent into the world… neither a philosopher or a general… but a Saviour with the power to forgive.” Classical Conversations Classical Conversations supports homeschooling parents by cultivating the love of learning through a Christian worldview in fellowship with other families. They provide a classical Christ-centered curriculum, local like-minded communities across the United States and in several countries, and they train parents who are striving to be great classical educators in the home. For more information and to get connected, please visit their website at ClassicalConversations.com. Again that’s ClassicalConversations.com. https://www.dailywire.com/news/switzerland-may-jail-people-who-turn-heat-above-66-degrees-this-winter/ Citizens of Switzerland who dare to turn their thermostats above a balmy 19 degrees Celsius — 66 degrees Fahrenheit — over the winter may instead find themselves shivering in a prison cell. The cost of natural gas in Europe has increased more than tenfoldamid the fallout from the Russian invasion of Ukraine, while Russia severed natural gas shipments through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline last week. According to a report from Swiss news outlet Blick, the nation’s Federal Law on National Economic Supply permits authorities to fine and imprison residents who consume too much gas if energy rationing becomes necessary. Those who fail to comply with the temperature mandates could receive sanctions between 30 and 3,000 Swiss francs, the equivalent of $31 and $3,090, Federal Department of Finance spokesman Markus Spörndli told the outlet. Those found intentionally violating the statute would receive up to three years in prison, and those found with negligent violations could be forced to pay 180 days’ worth of fines. Beyond the temperature controls, residents will be unable to heat swimming pools, saunas, radiant heaters, or warm air tents, while hot water will not be allowed to reach temperatures above 60 degrees Celsius, or 140 degrees Fahrenheit. The member states of the Swiss Confederacy have until September 22 to voice concerns over the law. In the United States, a heatwave that has threatened power supplies in California led utility company Xcel Energy to lock the thermostats of 22,000 people in Colorado at 78 degrees Fahrenheit in the interest of protecting grid capacity. The residents had previously opted into an incentive program that let the firm “ease the strain on the electrical grid” during the “hottest summer days.” The European Union has adopted the official policy of becoming “a climate-neutral society” by 2050 in accordance with the European Green Deal and the Paris Agreement. Citing the failure of hydropower facilities amid drought conditions, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen likewise proposed a “mandatory target” for reducing usage in the European Union, of which Switzerland is not a member. “If you look at the costs of electricity, there are peak demands. And this is what is expensive, because, in these peak demands, the expensive gas comes into the market,” she commented on Wednesday. “So what we have to do is to flatten the curve and avoid the peak demands. We will propose a mandatory target for reducing electricity use at peak hours.” Flatten the curve. Where have we heard that language before? Christ Church Events Coordinator Looking to move to Moscow? Christ Church is hiring a full-time events coordinator to plan and manage all events for our various ministries. 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